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VANDERBILT Presentation...

An Introduction to Suspension Concentrates...

R.T. Vanderbilt Company, Inc. 30 Winfield Street, P.O. Box 5150, Norwalk, CT 06856-5150 Telephone (203) 853-1400, Fax (203) 853-1452, Web Site www.rtvanderbilt.com Before using, read, understand and comply with the information and precautions in the Material Safety Data Sheets, label and other product literature. The information presented herein, while not guaranteed, was prepared by technical personnel and, to the best of our knowledge and belief, is true and accurate as of the date hereof. No warranty, representation or guarantee, express or implied, is made regarding accuracy, performance, stability, reliability or use. This information is not intended to be all-inclusive, because the manner and conditions of use, handling, storage and other factors may involve other or additional safety or performance considerations. The user is responsible for determining the suitability of any material for a specific purpose and for adopting such safety precautions as may be required. R.T. Vanderbilt Company, Inc. does not warrant the results to be obtained in using any material, and disclaims all liability with respect to the use, handling or further processing of any such material. No suggestion for use is intended as, and nothing herein shall be construed as, a recommendation to infringe any existing patent, trademark or copyright or to violate any federal, state or local law or regulation....

An Introduction to...

30% to 70% Suspension of Fine Insoluble Particles...

Pesticides, Biocides, Chemicals, Abrasives, Pigments...

Suspension Concentrates...

Formulation Goals ...

Maximize Suspension Uniformity and Stability Minimize Viscosity / Optimize Fluidity Optimize Dilutability...

The suspended particles need to be uniformly dispersed throughout the liquid to ensure that the correct "dose" is delivered when a prescribed amount of concentrate is added to water or a target formulation....

20% 40% 60%...

A readily pourable or pumpable concentrate is usually preferred to facilitate addition to the target medium and to ensure maximum evacuation of the concentrate's container....

Maximize Suspension Uniformity and Stability Minimize Viscosity / Optimize Fluidity Optimize Dil...

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An Introduction to Suspension Concentrates suspension concentrates

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